The Ancient Allan


Read by Keith Salis

(4.8 stars; 24 reviews)

This is the thrilling tale as told by Allan Quatermain of events in his life, or should we say his lives? By the use of a mystical herb, he is transported to a time when he was an Egyptian hunter and warrior fighting to free Egypt from the bonds of the Easterns and to win the heart of the lovely Amada. We learn with him the importance of honor and truthfulness in all our dealings. We also see the necessity of bravery in dealing with enemy forces as well as our love interests. - Summary by Keith Salis (8 hr 56 min)

Chapters

An old Friend 24:20 Read by Keith Salis
Ragnall Castle 30:24 Read by Keith Salis
Allan Gives His Word 28:23 Read by Keith Salis
Through the Gates 39:43 Read by Keith Salis
The Wager 35:56 Read by Keith Salis
The Doom of the Boat 31:38 Read by Keith Salis
Bes Steals the Signet 28:52 Read by Keith Salis
The Lady Amada 29:52 Read by Keith Salis
The Messengers 30:09 Read by Keith Salis
Shabaka Plights His Troth 28:39 Read by Keith Salis
The Holy Tanofir 31:00 Read by Keith Salis
The Slaying of Idernes 38:40 Read by Keith Salis
Amada Returns to Isis 36:12 Read by Keith Salis
Shabaka Fights the Crocodile 29:52 Read by Keith Salis
The Summons 25:29 Read by Keith Salis
Tanofir Finds His Broken Cup 28:24 Read by Keith Salis
The Battle - and After 38:57 Read by Keith Salis

Reviews


(5 stars)

Allan Quatermain is one of my favorite characters. This serves as a nice follow up to The Ivory Child. That said, it is probably the worst of the series (excepting maybe The Three Lions).


(3.5 stars)

fun to be with a man who has a great adventure with the best of fun and interesting historical events.